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Student Leadership Transcript

The Student Leadership Transcript is a record of your leadership involvement while you are a student at the University of Michigan-Flint.  The benefits of maintaining a leadership transcript include:

developing a comprehensive record of your co-curricular involvement;
supplementing your resume and providing future employers and four-year/graduate schools with a record of your co-curricular involvement and leadership achievements; and,
demonstrating a variety of skills and experiences that are highly sought after by employers.

Your leadership transcript may include the following:

Leadership roles in any student organization, activity, or program (e.g., Vice President of Campus Activities Board).

         Leadership position or participation in Club Sports and/or Intramural Sports.

Service to the UM-Flint campus community; for example, serving as a student representative on a University Committee, a New Student Orientation Leader, a Resident Assistant, etc.

Membership in any club, organizations, and/or program that requires sustained involvement (e.g., Student Government member, Campus Activities Board member.)

How do I begin?

GET INVOLVED in co-curricular/leadership activities on campus and make the most of your UM-Flint experience.
WRITE IT DOWN. Document your involvement by completing the electronic form here

https://formassembly.umflint.edu/2056

It’s best if you submit one form per year or one per semester, depending on your level of involvement. That way, you are sure to remember all your co-curricular activities.

Requesting a Copy

You may access a copy of your transcript through SIS (Student Information System) by following the tabs: student services >student records>student leadership.

Benefits

Program Benefits

  • Gain insight into what it is like to be a campus leader at the University of Michigan-Flint
  • Develop a sense of your individual leadership style
  • Gain confidence in making or seeking leadership opportunities
  • Identify and understand how your values and attitudes relate to leading and following
  • Set a plan with goals for involvement in campus and community life
  • Gain exposure to leadership skills training in at least eight topic areas
  • Develop a knowledge of campus resources and opportunities
  • Develop relationships with other leaders
  • Participate in a structured experience that can be cited on your resume

Requirements

The Student Leadership Development Program is designed for 8 weeks per semester. To become involved, students must agree and meet to the following requirements:

  • Students must fill out and submit a Committment Statement
  • Have an cumlative GPA of 2.7 or higher
  • Attend the Student Leadership Retreat in September
  • Commit to a recognized student organization on campus. 
  • Participate and/or attend a cultural experience each semester
  • Work on a group project involving the mission and value statements of the university

Mission

Rooted in and supported by student leadership theory, the Student Leadership Development Program complements student learning and development. The purpose of the program is the development of the whole student, by providing a guided and structured leadership development experience. Aligned with the University of Michigan-Flint strategic plan, the program will provide experiential learning as a key component of the teaching-learning process. The Student Leadership Development Program will serve to enhance students' awareness and involvement in local, regional and national issues, and nurture, prepare, and sustain their ability and commitment to serve as the next generation of leaders.

The Student Leadership Development Program is designed to:

  • Help students identify, reflect upon, and strengthen characteristics that will allow them to excel as leaders.
  • Educate students and provide a greater awareness of the complex challenges of ethical and effective leadership
  • Prepare the future leaders of our student lead organizations
  • Encourage civic engagement through collaboration
  • Promote the values of social justice and equity
  • Prepare students for their professional lives beyond their college years